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Stock Water Management Workshop

Tuesday 13 August 2024
9am - 4pm


Savernake Hall

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This event is an activity of On-farm water management project funded by the Southern NSW Drought Resilience Adoption & Innovation Hub. 



Prepare for drought with expert trainer Peter Smith from Sapphire Irrigation. Learn how to develop a comprehensive plan that covers water storage, supply assessment, and demand estimation for livestock and agricultural activities.  

Use Tocal College resources for effective water management and future planning. Don't miss out on valuable tools to ensure your farm is well prepared for changes in water availability and requirements.  

This event is part of the stock water project.


What we'll cover

  • Peter Smith: Farm Water Plan: Water budgeting, water supply and on-farm planning, designing, and installing a supply/ storage system.  
  • Mark Corrigan: Water Quality: Impact of water quality on livestock performance, managing water quality for stock and down-stream users.  
  • NRAR Staff: Legislative considerations: Legislation, harvestable rights  
  • Rural Financial Counselling Services: Financial Opportunities: What financial resources available, eligibility, loan/grant amounts.

For more information, please contact Riverine Plains Extension Officer, Sayra Samudio.

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